Preparations are underway at Elland Bridge for an open day allowing people to go behind-the-scenes on the construction works that have been taking place since the Boxing Day floods.
It is hoped that traffic will be able to travel over the bridge by the end of the year.
Graham Ramsden, Canal & River Trust project manager, says: "We've just completed a crucial stage of the bridge works by laying the ducts needed to carry electrical wires and water pipes over the new bridge. The utility companies have started the complicated task of diverting these services off the temporary utility bridge and back into the new bridge. Our next job will be to connect the four corners of the new bridge to the existing embankments before we start rebuilding the towpath under the bridge.